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goodness it is "the cycle." president obama meets the so-called modern king. is this the end of america's reign on the world stage? >> i'm sitting in for toure's book. that is the last time we're going to mention it today. >> no, it's not. >> boom! i have to till, i can get used to this. that's my kind of humor. >> i'll be laughing all the way to the bank. see what i did there? we were talking about humor. we're going to show you how to tip the odds in your favor on everything from the stock market to your week on the tennis court. game, set, match. "the cycle" starts right now. >> don't get used to it. from peace talks to syria, president obama's wrapping up his mideast tour. this is actually really cool. we were looking at this map before the show. this is cool. president obama is out of israel and spending the night in jordan. he arrived this morning. abdullah is the region's most pro american leader. he survived the arab spring with few scars while watching the others fall. the atlantic even coined him, the modern king in the arab spring. unfortunately for him his desert kingdom is
president obama the same way they embraced our last two presidents. thank you. >> so you had to get a polling question in there at the end? chuck, you're just encourageable. look, opening premise to your question was, that having failed to achieve peace in the middle east, in my first term, that i must have screwed up somehow. and i will tell you, i hope i'm a better president now than when i first came into office. but my commitment was not to achieve a peace deal in my first year. or my second year or my third year. that would have been nice. what i said was, i was not going to wait to start on the issue. until my second term, because i thought it was too important. and that exactly what i did. i'm absolutely sure there are a host of things i could have done that would have been more deft and would have created better optics. but ultimately, this is a really hard problem. it's been lingering for over six decades. and the parties involved have, yes, some profound interests that you can't spin, you can't smooth over, and it is a hard slog to work through all of these issues. i will
pointing out this was adopted in 2004 before obama. this was not a response to president obama in arizona. so i think it is worth putting that aside. i always find it interesting and sort of telling when legislators are activists try to go around enforcing existing law. and the reason for that are political and potentially even cultural. but for example, on this one, the requirement, the existing laws require u.s. citizenship in the case of voting in any federal election. requiring proof of that is the objection, the contention here. i'm not sure that we should be trying to go around existing law and finding out ways to say, you don't have to prove it. we'll take you on your word. if it is hard for someone to prove, let's make it easier. let's fix the problem that way so that both sides are satisfied. say, okay, we don't want to put a single group out of order here and force then to do something that everyone else doesn't. let's make it easier for them to prove. >> that's an interesting perspective on it. we have a solution for a nonproblem. the state in this case is unable to produce one
in the sense of making sure that obama touches on all the bases. and corrects all the mistakes that were perceived by the israelis and jewish americans in his first term. if in his cairo speech in 2009 he spoke about the connection to israel and the jewish people as based on the trauma of the holocaust, he made sure to stop at the israel museum. see the dead sea scrolls and talk about the jewish connection to their homeland. that's one example. he spoke to the youth of israel. he talked about technology. he went to see a technological exhibit at the museum, to discuss the high-tech and innovation. so definitely someone was looking very well to what went wrong in the past four years and decided to just reverse everything and make sure all these mistakes are corrected. in these short three days in israel. >> and two rockets from dwas landed in southern israel about 40 miles from where president obama was today drawing his condemnation. obviously we can't know until and unless hamas claims responsibility for that. what's your best guest as to the message that those were sending while the pr
. >> president obama is back on u.s. soil after four days in the mideast. great, maybe he and congress can get something done. i would like to see some concrete movement on gun control. wait a minute. obama is back but congress, oh, they're on spring break. ♪ okay, maybe it's not like that. but the house, that's spr spring breakers. the house and senate are in recess and pro forma session for two weeks. no shock there. congress usually heads home around passover and easter. this time there is so much left undone. immigration, the deficit, the long term budget plan and they haven't cleaned up their room. while the president is pushing ahead with his second term priorities today, he hosted a 28 brand new american citizens at the white house including 13 service members. >> after avoiding the problem for years, the time has come to fix it once and for all. the time has come for a comprehensive, sensible immigration reform. we are making progress but we've got to finish the job. we've just got at this point to work up the political courage to do what is required to be done. so i expect a bill to
a moment. >> let's do take a ploem to celebrate our women veterans. that was first lady michelle obama this morning honoring 14 women vets as champions of change in their communities and giving an update on her push to get the country's biggest corporations to hire more veterans on this tenth anniversary of the iraq war. let's remember that the unemployment rate for iraq and afghanistan veterans stands at 9.4%. well above the national average. and for women, it is actually even worse with an 11.6% unemployment rate. our next grefts two women on a mission to change that by giving our veterans the tools they need to go from battlefield to boss. with us now, the founder, president and ceo of count me in for women's economic independence, and c.j. scarlet, a former marine and founder of roving coach. and c.j., let's start with you. do you think that military service gives women a particular leg up when it comes to being entrepreneurs and actually striking out on their own, starting their own business? >> absolutely. i believe that the military gives you this opportunity to develop discipli
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